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'Gone Soft LP' album by 'Captains of Industy'
Topics: improvised, experimental, electronic, space
Source: cassette
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a selection of remixes by Fluffy T Bunny of various material of sorts =) tuckle , originally performed by Null Object. also manifests as "Look at me Mum." new sharp , originally performed by Victor X-ray. Little Boy , originally performed by Victor X-ray. V2 uploaded Dec 2009. http://ChurchOfTheI.org/
Topics: remix, electronic
Church Of The Infinite
by positive space
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an amalgamation of many tracks into a textural extension. this work was declared finalised on 02 January 2003. it is composed of numerous works by edward kelly in a recontextualised format. this is to some level an imitation of a live performance, where edward kelly would manipulate multiple CD's of original material to create new/unique soundscapes. http://ChurchOfTheI.org/
Topics: ambient, drone, texture, clan analogue
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inspired by the receipt of Bathe in Shit as performed by Skullbong whilst in a state of world weariness, this project is a selection of fairly noisy/dirty tracks with answering ambience. A challenge to apathy with a resurrection of faith.
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A collection/compilation of various Melbourne Artists in various genre's and forms. Dated around 2001. From punk to alt-rock, noise, electronica, techno, and a bit of ambient grooves. 01. Kokoshkar _ Bombs on the Moon 02. Kokoshkar _ Silence 03. Kokoshkar _ Brighter 04. Kokoshkar _ Judy Norton 05. Kissy Suzuki _ Small Town 06. Kissy Suzuki _ Time 07. Canine Harvest _ Pre-Historic 08. Red Flecks vs. Meat Section - Happy Hearts, Fried cappucino in Safflower oil. 09. Digital Rape _ Finger Food 10....
Topics: compilation, Melbourne
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by fluffy t. bunny
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release inner tension, accept personal denial, understand resolution August 2009 - 'The Leaves Fall Around the Autumn Sun of Copper' has been updated to version 2. Much more ambient/spacious, and nice.
Topics: electronic music, clan analogue
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by fluffy t. bunny
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An EP of various stylistics, sub-disco, glam pop, amient dark and relaxing, noisy all electronic. around 2002-2003
Topics: electronic, clan analog
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SS Spanky. A solo electronic act based in Melbourne 1994-2000. http://ChurchOfTheI.org/
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the first selection from Positive Space. 2000 - 2001. With the purchase of a spanking 333mHz computer, the artist previously known as SS Spanky reworked his existence into the purely digital realm.
Topics: electronica, disco, clan analogue, orchestral house
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by Donuts Incorporated
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"We pretty much improvised everything with very little planning, just playing around with our crap and having an awesome time. A lot more people are getting into doing and hearing weird arse fucked up things - like at Glitch This is a fine thing. Chaos? Apocalypticnoisedisco " - from original cassette liner notes. released 1996. Donuts Incorporated were a 3 piece apocalyptic noise disco band from Melbourne, Australia. Gooba : Bass, guitar and programming. Cheesemonger X : Guitar and...
Topics: Noise, Disco, Apocalyptic
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This recording was improvised live using an Akai s700 sampler sequenced by Intelligent Music software, M. It was recorded direct to cassette some time around 2000. http://ChurchOfTheI.org/
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by Double Happiness (Surveillance Systems)
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Double Happiness (Surveillance Systems) was an experiment in ambience. Created to do chillout ambience in a newly formed nightclub "Resonance" in Melbourne, Australia about 1998, playing loosely on the theme resonance. Using a minimlaist setup of one sound module (Ensoniq ESQ-M) running through an effects unit (Digitech DSP-128) controlled through Intelligent Systems M sequencing software running on a MacPlus. These recordings were either recorded live or soon after using the sequence...
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by Positve Space
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minimal techno from around 2001 For more information Church of the Infinite .
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KK Komputor. recorded via software M, sequenced on a Macintosh Plus, using an Ensoniq Esq-M. Probably recorded around 1998 (?) direct to cassette.
Topics: electronic, avant garde
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by Captains of Industry
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A mapped event of the Captains of Industry (Melbourne style), probably in 2003.
Topics: Captains of Industry, Electronic
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by fluffy t. bunny
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the joy of electro-punk, created in a fit of biscuit eating frenzied mouse clicking. presented via the church of the infinite :)
Topics: punk, electro, crazy, biscuits, clan analogue
Source: computer
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this compilation was compiled as part of the melbourne Noise Festival 2001. it was broadcast on SYN FM and features many artists form RMIT. curated/compiled by Phillip Pietruschka. -- the church of the infinite had nothing to do with the curation and creation of this particular collection. we found this in a box, and decided to release it into the wild ..... we are an interested party as Generation+Corruption is one of our members :) --
Topics: melbourne noise festival 2001, corridor 13 transmissions
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The collection known as "Used + Unused" came from the work Edward Kelly did with Nareeporn Vachananda, collaborating for the multimedia dance piece " Opposite my House is a Funeral Parlour " The final work was a culmination of 3 seperate sections composed over 3 years. This work then toured Australia. The musical process revolved around the recording of dancer Nareeporn Vachananda reciting self written pieces and others composed by Jenny Joseph. These recordings were then...